Episode 2 of the podcast is all about Woollinn, Dublin’s first Festival of Yarn! Lisa Sisk of This is Knit joins me on the podcast to chat about all things Woollinn related so if you are wondering about visiting, vending, teaching or how to get there and how to nab your tickets, then this episode is for you.

 

 

Today’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful Ellie and Ada yarns and you can find those delicious skeins over here.

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Woollinn is taking place in Dublin on May 25th – May 27th, 2018 in the Alsaa centre near Dublin airport. It may seem like an interesting choice and Lisa explains why this was the perfect choice along with where the name Woollinn came from. During the podcast, you get a glimpse of the behind the scenes of Woollinn and how the idea of a small Dublin yarn festival has grown into something much larger with workshops and events surrounding the main marketplace.

 

Workshops

 

Nancy Marchant is just one of the amazing tutors holding workshops at Woollinn next May.

One of the exciting things happening at Woollinnn are the amazing workshops taking place during the festival and the Woollinn team are announcing more teachers soon. So far the workshops that have been announced are with Nancy Merchant, Louisa Harding, Karie Westermann, Carol Feller, Woolly Wormhead and Justyna Lorkowska! Don’t forget to keep an eye on the Woollinn social media (links at the bottom of page) to stay up to date with all the latest releases.

During the podcast, we get to chat about the gorgeous Woollinn website and for those who are looking for the link to the wonderful Rose Anne you can find her on Sewn Up Sites here.

 

Stay Up To Date

You can follow Woollinn online on Twitter, Facebook, Ravelry and Instagram for all the latest news as soon as it is released. If you would like to stay up to date with all the news from Woollinn then please sign up to the newsletter here and if you would like to volunteer you can fill in your details here. Vendors applications are still open and you can find the application form here.

Today’s episode is sponsored by the wonderful Ellie and Ada yarns and you can find those delicious skeins over here